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Offloading a few apps (AKA finished apps for sale)

Hi, I'm having to start to accept reality that my time isn't infinite. And I want some apps of mine to go to a better home.

Between SongBox, GetFed and now The Hack Stack, I need to be sensible.

I'm looking to sell (as much as it pains me because I really value them)

https://mvp.fyi

  • This is a community platform for product managers, but in reality its a well built, mature community platform that could be repurposed for any kind of community.
  • £2000

https://teamster.rocks

  • Team profile pages as a service. Again this is a pretty mature build (feature complete) and I think if I had the time to push it, it could become something. We're using it at my work and people really like it.
  • £500

https://leanuxcanvas.com

  • I don't know which one pains the me the most to let go of, this or MVP.FYI but anyway... this is a great tool.
  • £2000

You'd be best to just go and play with them to get an idea of what they're all about.

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      Thanks for mentioning me, @iammike.

      For that kind of budget range / projects I would suggest the following places:

      If they partially have revenue though, I would consider Flippa (where you can get quite a great exposure towards buyers).

      Good luck with selling your assets! :)

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    Have you submitted it to marketplaces like MicroAcquire?

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      No I haven't. After I posted this here I went to flippa but they charge $15 per thing you want to sell, minimum. Not really into that.

      I'll check out Micro Acquire, thanks for the headsup.

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